Unbroken Hearts (Unbreak My Heart Book 2) Kindle Edition
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My apologies to Ms Klein, this should have been a Release day review, but that darn dayjob got in the way!
And a little warning. I may gush in this review :-)
So, this is book two, and you really REALLY MUST read book one, Unbreak My Heart before you jump into this one. Some may say not totally necessary but I say it is. And you'll need a box of tissues for that read!
While this one doesn't carry emotions that cause your heart to break into a million tiny pieces, get stomped on, and glued back together in the slowest way, it DOES carry a lotta love. Like so much love, its not funny! Like so much love my sister would say "pass the bucket!"
JT and Brett have been together a couple months and are very much in love. But they are both still dealing with the past. What this book is about, is them dealing with that past in ways only JT and Brett can.
AND IT IS GLORIOUS!
I read this book in one sitting. Stayed up way past my bedtime. Was not present at the dayjob next day. I just could not put it down! It is, by far, the most too stinking cute AND warm and fuzzies book I've read for a long time. I mean, its hilarious watching JT work himself up into a tizzy about Valentines Day. Watching them deal with Mama and Halloween, and Christmas. It is painful reading about Brett dealing that darn barn, but that pain is overshadowed by the LOVE that jumps off every page, it really is.
I LISTENED to the first book. I am praying to every deity known to man, and then some, that the powers that be will get this book narrated once again by Nick J Russo. Because while I loved reading this book, I could hear Russo in my head but the voices were all wrong. So, I'm a-praying.
Its so very rare we get a follow up story to one that was such a heart wrenching read. Brett and JT fought hard to get their act together and reading this, over the course of their year, was amazing, and I really REALLY loved it.
But I just gotta say, even though this book was perfect, and Brett already said he wasn't the kind for pieces of paper to say how much he loved the kid, I wanted a marriage proposal! Had there been a wedding?? I'd never have been able to find the right words!
An amazing 5 star read!!
**same worded review will appear elsewhere**
A little over a year ago, I read a book called “Unbreak My Heart.” I can honestly say I don’t remember what drew me to the book, only what kept me coming back, and that was the character of Brett. Haunted by the decisions of his past, he spent his days working on his ranch and his nights losing himself in the bottle. That is, until his lovingly overbearing mother, Millie, picks up JT on the side of the road, and insists he work on the ranch. Watching Brett fight his inner demons and claw his way from the depths of despair was truly remarkable.
Now, you might be asking why I’m talking so much about that book when this is a review for another. The answer is simple: Unbroken Hearts is a continuation of the love story of Brett and JT.
There’s a seamless transition. If you read the first book, it’s like meeting old friends. Millie still meddles, but with the best of intentions. Ray is still crotchety. JT is has found his footing, going from California surfer boy to glorified ranch hand. And Brett…Brett has lost his anger and guilt. The banter between Brett and Ray is perfect. The sense of family, even though half of the characters aren’t related by blood is perfect. In one scene, Millie signs a card to her “sons”, and it just melts your heart. Everything Brett does, and I mean EVERYTHING, is for JT.
While it’s possible to read this on its own, I really wouldn’t recommend it for only one reason. You would be doing a total disservice to yourself and to the characters. It’s well worth reading the first one to completely enjoy this. It’s a warm, cozy continuation to one of my favorite couples, and I enjoyed every word!
JT is still pretty insecure about comparing himself to Walt, and worrying he doesn’t measure up. Brett is quite eloquent, in his own way, in reassuring him that he’s the perfect man for him as he is now. They have serious dialogues, lightened with Brett’s eloquent humor, and lay Walt’s ghost to rest. JT grows more secure with the family he now has around him and Ray and Millie still keep both men on their toes! The song Brett wrote for JT was so touching and I liked seeing that evidence of his musical past. There are a few hot, smexy scenes but they don’t dominate the narrative. It’s a very satisfying follow-up to the first book and nicely timed for the holiday season.
*An ARC was provided to me by the author via Jessie G Books Reviews in exchange for an honest review.